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- A cool hike leading to an amazing waterfall. Me and my gf were the only people there. Worth the short 20-30 min trek. I recommend bringing shoes with some grip as you have to cross a shallow river bed with slipper rocks.Written 28 October 2022
- Before I start my review I recommend calling Captain John for a private charter. He is cheaper than all the other companies and is flexible with time. (680) 778-7333.
You have to come here if visiting Palau. This place is included with most tours but it was a must stop on my list. Although you don't need to spend a bunch of time here you do need to pay it a visit. The mud is soft and feels nice on the skin. Plus you can get creative and draw on each other of yourself with it. It's located in a beautiful lagoon where you can swim for a while.Written 22 April 2020
- It is a sand bar where you can walk along. It is more picturesque from the above. It is also might not be visible during the tide.Written 18 December 2019
- you see here the history of the ancient inhabitants of Palau what is very very diferent from todays life afterall the influences during the past more than hundred zearWritten 9 January 2020
- Good introduction to the culture and history of Palau, the museum is visited in under an hour and presents artifacts on early dwellers and the different colonial periods, as well as about modern history and marine conservation milestones.Written 13 December 2019
- In my opinion, best to rent a car for $45 a day versus taking a tour bus. By taking a car one can then stop at the waterfall and several other historical sites and scenic views and save a bunch of money without a bunch of people on a timeline.
Okay, the rocks popping out of the ground similar to rocks of Stonehenge stuck in the ground, or the Wheel of Giants (5000 yrs. older then Stonehenge) on the ground in the Middle East are of historical and cultural significance to residents. As such it’s worth a small about of time to see them and they are located on the northeast end of the big island approximately 60 kilometers north from Koror central.
They may not look like much, but when connecting the many ancient historical stone monoliths around the world says a lot about culture and expression relative to humans.
It can be a moving experience if one has some historical background or some initial investigation prior to viewing them, which may give some insight and parallels of what we today consider important, and by extension that which is represented in skyscrapers touching the sky.Written 26 January 2020
- Simple mall that has everything from tourist trinkets to kitchen supplies , there are about ten different stores it is three stories tall . The sporting goods store is on third floor , sports appeal is on first floor along with a market and drug store . Reasonable prices .Written 21 November 2019
- Cruise Control is by far the best Dive shop in Palau for recreational diving! Tetsu (Dive guide) is one of the most genuine wonderful people i have ever had the pleasure of meeting. Besides being a great guy, he is a fantastic Dive Guide with a vast knowledge of Scuba Diving as a whole as well as a deep understanding and awareness for the island of Palau and its best dive sites. Safety is Paramount with Cruise Control and they take many steps to ensure that your dive trip is as amazing as it can possibly be! From providing nausea medicine for those less inclined to rough seas, to offering free chocolate’s after your dives! They are the best at what they do and there staff is incredible. I will definitely be coming back and i hope they still have some misou soup left! Thank you for everything , Love Krys.Written 15 April 2022